Sara M. She specializes in American social and women's history of the 20th century. Collection consists of subject files, course materials, research files, publication materials, lectures, correspondence, project documentation, student course work and student activist work accumulated by Evans during her career as first a student, then a professor and historian, of women's history.
Topics include feminism, minority women, religion, violence, civil rights, labor activism at Duke University, lesbianism, motherhood, feminist theology, employment, socialist feminism, Christian feminism, National Organization for Women, Organization of American Historians, and student activism. Collection contains materials used in the preparation of her publications, including Personal Politics.
There are also lectures, academic correspondence, and administrative materials from her tenure at the University of Minnesota. Audiocassette tapes from a series of interviews conducted by Evans in her research for Personal Politics, as well as a slide show from a feminist organization are also included.
Originals of the audio cassette tapes are closed to use. Patrons must request use copies to access the content of this material. The material in this collection includes subject files, course materials, research files, lectures, conference materials, professional correspondence, publication materials, project documentation, student course work, student activist work, and academic administrative documents.
It was accumulated by Evans during her career as first a student, then a professor and historian of women's history. Materials range in date from through Topics in the Subject Files and Course Materials series include feminism, minority women, religion, violence, civil rights, lesbianism, motherhood, employment, and socialist feminism.
There are course outlines and syllabi from women's history courses Evans taught at the University of Minnesota dating from the s through the s. There are also materials docmenting student activist work by Evans while at Duke University. The Publications series contains materials accumulated by Evans during the research for and the publication of her books.
These materials include research notes, publicity, reviews, and illustrations. Most significantly, it includes interview transcripts, chapter notes, and a name index of feminist leaders for Evans' book Personal Politics.
The Audiocassettes series contains interviews Evans recorded during her research for Personal Politics. It also contains research interviews Evans conducted in the early s, as well as interviews with Evans. The Lectures series contains notes and transcripts from lectures Evans gave outside the University of Minnesota. The Correspondence, Projects, Feminist Theology, and Miscellany series contains professional correspondence, documentation of grant-funded projects, feminist theology conference materials, and Evans' early course work, including her dissertation and notes from a history class at Duke taught by Anne Firor Scott.
Also notable are documentation of the University of Chicago's Vietnam War draft policies, and papers outlining Students for a Democratic Society policies from A majority of collections are stored off site and must be requested at least 2 full business days in advance for retrieval.
Contact Rubenstein Library staff before visiting. Collection is open for research. However, original audiovisual materials are closed to patron use. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection. All or portions of this collection may be housed off-site in Duke University's Library Service Center. The library may require up to 48 hours to retrieve these materials for research use. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the David M. The copyright interests in this collection have not been transferred to Duke University.
For more information, consult the copyright section of the Regulations and Procedures of the David M. More copyright and citation information. Evans Papers, David M. The materials in this series consist mostly of subject and research files accumulated by Evans during her career as a professor and historian of women's history. Subjects include feminism, minority women, religion, violence, civil rights, lesbianism, motherhood, socialist feminism, and employment. Other items include course and curricular materials, printed materials and publications, conference information, and some correspondence.
This series includes a slide show from a feminist organization. For the most part, Evans' original arrangement and folder titles have been retained. Contains notes, interview transcripts, reviews, research, correspondence and other materials relating to Evans' publications, including Personal Politics , Born for Liberty , and Wage Justice. Contains taped interviews Evans recorded during her research for Personal Politics in the s. It also contains a group of interviews Evans conducted in the early s for her books Free Spaces and Wage Justice.
At the end are a group of miscellaneous interviews and discussions, including several interviews with Evans. This series contains Evans' lectures given outside the University of Minnesota, retained in their original order, organized alphabetically by the place they were given. This series contains professional correspondence, project files, materials relating to Christian feminism, Evans' student papers, student activist documentation, and miscellaneous files.
Sara Evans was born in South Carolina in , and lived in Texas before receiving her bachelor's degree in history from Duke University in She earned a master's degree in political science from the University of Chicago, and graduated from the University of North Carolina with a doctorate in American history. She spent her academic career teaching and researching women's history at the University of Minnesota from until her retirement in The Sara M.
Evans Papers were received by the David M. Accessions , and were merged into one collection, described in this finding aid. Menu Guide to the Sara M. Evans Papers, Guide to the Sara M. Summary Sara M. Sara Margaret , Extent Access to the Collection Collection is open for research. Course Materials and Subject Files, Course syllabi, Comparable worth class, UNC-Chapel Hill syllabi, Bacon's Rebellion, Indian cultural response, City on a hill, Race and culture, Puritan discussion, Comparative women's history class, Oral history, Social history of American women, History courses, Theory and practice of women's history, Women, work and family, Peasant women, undated.
Mill towns, undated. From country to city, undated. Middle class family life, Working class family life, Class and gender: ideology of women's work, undated. Education and women's professions, undated. Women in the post-industrial economy, undated. Pink collar work, undated. Housewife and workwife, undated. Recent trends, Public policy course, Feminist approaches to history, Female experience: childhood, Marriage, motherhood and the single state, undated.
Housewife, Work, war and religion among Indian women, undated. Older woman's guide to independent living, Politico, Education, Search for autonomy, Women in ancient history, Middle ages and renaissance, Shapes of women's lives, undated. Industrialization, undated. English women, undated.